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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1914. "IT'S QUALITY Less Than a Hundred Suits and Overcoats arc here today, for "less than a hun dred" men who believe in buying clothes of The John White Store standard of quality at BfaiS Price. Clothes that sold at the low prices of $12.50 to $35 are here lined up today ready for the first comers at $6.25 to $17.50. Better come early lest you may be sorry when they're gone. Boy's Suits at Half Price Men's Furnishings which includes all winter wearables, at reductions that will interest every man. Shoes that originally sold (because of their good qualities) at $1.75 to $6 now reduced from $1.45. to $4.80. Hanan Shoes the highest standard of values in shoes that sold at $6.50, $7 and $8 now $5.20, $5.60 and $6.40. See our special lot of shoes reduced to $1.19, $1.85 and $2.85. The John White Store - 209-211 S. Palafox Street. "Serves You Right" That's why we are do ing the work for nearly every careful dresser in the city. We are the standard. Empire Laundry "Where Linen Lasts" W. C. MACKEY, Mgr. Phone 322. MARSTON & QUINA, Watt Florida's Oldest Furniture House. Exclusive Agents Globe-Wernicke Book Cases. Piano Factory to You. "Kranleh A Bath," "Gold String Scho macher," "Lester,' "Emerson," "Llnds mn," Chlckerlng. Player Planoa "Ceclllan," "Lester" and cheaper. Player Music, cut prices. Factory agents. The Clutter Music House. AMUSEMENTS. Chorus Girl Night. Xext Thursday night at the Opera House Jack Amick's Pennant Winners are groins to offer to Pensacolians something: novel In the way of an funusin? feature, a feature never be fore seen here.' In order to show the histrionic abilities of the various mem bers of his chorus personnel, Mr. Amick will offer , bountiful prize to the chorus girl who, in the estimation of the audience, is the most gifted. In -ome cities where this novel enter tainment has been tried it has been called "Chorus Girl Amateur Night," not because the girls are amateurs, tut because the routine of entertain ment is alike that indulged in by amateurs. Each young lady must sing, recite, or acquit herself In some man ner, and the audience decides who is the "winner. Since the announce ment has been confided to the young ladies of the company, a few of them have already begun to busy them selves for the occasion, one young lady going so far to wire to New York for a late song to render. Sat urday matinee each and every child a.ttending will be presented with a bag Blount BIdg. Phone 79. AlonzoRiciiardson&Co. CertifiedPublicAccountants Empire Building ATLANTA "IcTxfS"" THAT COUNTS!'- Extra Special ! An odd lot of Flannel pajamas and night shirts that sold at 50c, $1.C0, $1.50, $2.00. $2.50. $3.50 and $5.00 now at Half Price. of candy, theatre. Tickets at box office of "Within the Law." "Within the Law," Bayard Veiller's .human interest drama of a daring j young woman who cheated the law i that made her an outcast from society, I which is the theatrical triumph of the hour in New York and Chicago, Lon don and Melbourne, Australia, is to bo presented here at the Opera House, Tuesday, Febfl 10., under the manasre tnent of the American Play Company. "Step Thief." Gladys "Wilcox is the name of. the pretty ingenue in "Stop Thief." She is quite young and the picture of youthful health. She brightly says: "Between the aes of twelve ana sixteen my splendid health and what claim I may have to good looks was established when, in good, strong boots, short .skirts and warm jacket and a stocking cap, 1 trudged two and a half mil?s to daily school." "Stop Thief" comes to the Opera House Wednesday, February 11. Do you begin to cou?h at nisrht, just when you hope to sleeo? Do you have a tickling throat that keeps you awake? Just take Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It will check the cough and stop the tickling' sensation at once. Does not up'-et the stomach, is best for children ard srown persons. D'Al-embe-rte's Pharmacy. (Adv.) It Isn't a Question of Getting Along But getting ahead, that confronts the aver age family. When you borrow money to buy a home, you borrow it at the lowest rate of interest; then why not apply the same rule when vou Duvvour eroceries A penny or two saved on each article you buy soon run into dollars. With every order of $5.00, or more, of gro ceries, we give 25 lbs. of Granulated Sugar for $1.00. E B Hoffman & Son The Store Where Quality and Price Are Both Considered. Phone 325 57 and 59 E. Gregory street. Pensacola, Fla. Amer;canNatxBank6uildino PEH3ACOLA.FLA. T STINGS PISTOL TOTER ON PLEA GOILTY LOUIS REYNALDS WAS FINED $250 AND COSTS, OR LONG TERM OF ONE YEAR IN JAIL AT HARD LABOR. Concealed weapon habits arc expen sive ones if those who practice such are brought before Judge Monroe, of the court of record, if what transpired at yesterday's session is any criterion of future judgments in such cases. Louis Reynolds, a negro, pleading guilty to the charge, knows this to be true, for, upon his plea yesterday, his case was disposed of by the imposi tion of a fine of $250 and costs, or one year in the county jail at hard labor, which means a long time on the coun ty roads for this black man. Other Business of Session. Other matters disposed of at yes terday's session was as follows: In the case of 1 R. Pou, which is set for trial for next Tuesday, a spec ial venire for fifty men, from which the jury is expected to be drawn, was ordered. All the names in the jury box. numbering: but o2, were drawn, which leaves IS to be summoned from the body of the counts. II. C Robinson, charged with tres pass, was acquitted. W. J- Costello, appearing: before the court, pleaded tfiilltj to a -charge of petit larceny. Sentence was post poned until the March term of court. Jessie Ixive and George Nichols, charged with an affray, pleaded guilty and were fined $10 and costs or 4' i days. NEARLY 1C0.OCO FOUNDS OF RED SNAPPERS BROUGHT TO THIS PORT, BESIDES 3?,000 POUNDS OF GROUPERS. Fi?h receipts werp very in a yes- j terday, a total of 137.000 pounds being i.v 1 ii i i-, r,nt -,r tiiP i Saunders Fish Company. The . day previous the houso of Warren Co. received 59.000 pounds, of which 4 8, 000 were red pnappers. In the receipts yesterday a total of 99,000 pounds of red snappers were received. Xo arri vals were reported yesterday to the Warren house. Vessels which arrived yesterday and their respective catches were report ed as follows: Red Xanie Snappers. CJroupers. Shei'feyld -;S,000 3.000 Ruth A. Welles ly.000 S.000 Seaeonnet .''.000 1 5,000 Marv K. Coon'-y 32,000 10.000 The .Mary L.. i lardy, owned by the H ere COUR FISH RECEIPTS I HEAVY FOR DAY' - Your Chance to Learn Ail About the Panama Canal Save it for THE The Pensacola Colonel Coethals says: 'Accurate and Dependable" HOW TO GET THIS BOOK On account of the educational value and patriotic appeal of this book. The Pensacola Journal has arranged with Mr. Haskin to distribute a limited edition among its readers for the mere cost of production and handling". It is bound in heavy cloth. It contains 400 pages. 100 illustra tions and diagrams, an Index, and two maps (one of them a beau tiful bird's-e-ve view of the Canal Zone in four colors). IT IS AC TUALLY a $2.00 VALUE. Cut the above coupon from six present them with 50 cents at our is yours. Fifteen cents extra if OUR GUARANTEE: This is not a money-making scheme. The "Pensacola Journal will not make a penny of profit from this cam paign. It has undertaken the distribution of this book solely be cause of its educational merit and whatever benefit there is to be derived from the good will of those who profit from our offer. The Pensacola Journal will cheerfully refurd the price of the took to any purchaser who is not satisfied with it. PRESENT SIX COUPONS OF CONSECUTIVE DATES FIFTEEN CENTS EXTRA IF SENT BY MAIL. Hans thought it o'er and more and more It seemed to him but fair That little folks in other lands Van Houten's joys should share. So taking leave of Holland's shore He crossed the ocean blue And brought "Sweet Rona" to your door So ycu might share it, too! Ask Your Grocer for VAN ROUTES! t r. -y r?? v t--t-"-vy- i it u IMPORTED DUTCH Aii? J". 10c tins and try the most delicious Cocoa the world produces. Famous throughout the old world. Van Houten's came to America and made an equally enviable re cord for popularity. The price for this famous im ported Cocoa is now the same as the domestic pro duct. Try it once use it regularly. Every dealer sells it. Wholesale Warren Fish C.iT;paiiV, -i'l t!io day previous with a ca -.: of 0'"it pounds of snapp.-rs and CO"'.' pou nds of gToupers, and the J"ai-.uidin. a Glou cester rraa.'li, which lias been on the l-anks. arrive-d the fame day with a caU'h of 23,000 pounus of siu.ppcrs a no f.,0i!0 ou!kc- of grouper?, wlv.eh ver i rcauiH- disposed or to local buyer?. j " 1 Vhtn you want a reliable medicine i for a. coush or cold tke- Chnmbrr- lain's Couifh Remedy. It can always be depended upon and is nle;isant and :-a;'e to take. For sale by all dealers. (Adv.) LATEST MOVEMENTS OF THE BATTLESHIPS VrashinSfton, Jan.. So. The ships Virginia, Rhode Island, X ka and Georgia have moved from Vera Cruz to Tampico and the battleship Connecticut and Kansas have moved to Vera Cruz. Rear Admiral Fletch-I er. commanding the squadron made no comment today reporting the changes to the navy department and officials ! say they were without significance, t USE ALLEN'S FQQTEASE, The antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes. If you want rest and comfort for tired, aching, ewbllen. sweatiBe feet.nse Ailrn's FootKssc. Itre- ''. P! I'.eves corns and bunions of ail pain and prevents fiiistera. eor' n1 c'lc.us spots. Just tlio tliire for spots. Just the Lairs: for Pmoinz Parties, Patent J.eather fchoes, and for Breaking in New Shoes. It i the greatest conifoTt diecoverrof theag?. Try It to-day. Sold everywhere, iScte. Don't accept any subititute. For FREK trial packaga, address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, X. Y. It Is! a Copy of Journal Ja rtuary 31. -47 1014. j O consecafive Issues of the paper, office, and a copy of the book sent by mail. ON mmtimmh Half pound tins 25c Distributers MPRES EXCLUSIVE FEATURE PICTURES Dally, 7:45 and 9:15 p. m. , p jrsf aSS VSUdevUIC wmm-l. ; Matinee every stternoon at j:-a, wen j Intendencld street. j - . . . .- onita The; '-? Refined Photo Plays ii j i Tfl 1 1 O O P O Cry ty' j I HSlXP.ll 'Ze expert,v fitted here. We have I Just received a full assortment, BALKCOM DRUG CO. 17 South Palafox Street. Phone 19. GERMAN AMERICAN DOCTORS TMesen Building Pensacola, Fla. The M.&.O. On tlie Square. Within Eaay Peacn of Everywhere. DIRECTORY DR. ANDRESS has moved his office from room 300 Thiesen building to rooms 317-319 Brent building and has changed teleohone numbers from 905 to 126. DR. W. A. J. POLLOCK 121 1-2 S. Palafox St. Over D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. Office Phone 274. Residence Phone 347 Lemuel Colson, Dentist. i 506 and 507 Blount Building. Administration of Nitrous Oxide ar-.d Oxvgen for Painless Operations. 1 Phones: Office. SS0; Residence. 1004 ! DR. B. V. DANNHEISSER DENTIST I 305-303 Brent Building. Phone 817. no W FN RV BORST. Stomach Specialist and Specialist !n ' Diseases of Children. Is now located In I Fisher Real Estate Bulldin!?. Z!Ms ho-Jtn Palafox street. Office hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to 5. DR. J- L. INGRAM. GLASSES CORRECTLY FITTED. LENSES DUPLICATED WHILE YOU WAIT. 13 Sout Palafox. With Will C. Dlffenderfer. T. G. YATES, M. D. OPTICIAN. 415 Blount Building. Twentv Vears' Experience as an Eys Specialist. .Examination free. DR. T. B. TILLER. DENTIST. 44n n . . a. n . . i f t Office Phone, 88. Residence Phone. 41 CS1 Agents Hart Schaffner & Marx and Kirschbaum Suits L. E. Nobles & Co. "Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back." 29 South Palafox. PHONE 79a The Best Fresh Meats in the City. Palafox Market. J. A. Williams, Prop. MAYES PRINTING CO. PRINTERS FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE 17-19 West Government St. Phone 181. All the latest models in P. N. Corsets GUTMAN'S SAM CHARLES Shoes Half-Soled In 15 Minutes. Called For and Delivered. "NUFF SCO." 511 South Palafox. See Us For Business Opportunities Along the Line of Hi LCI "- v -- u "w n s--n fc. Mi I A U a PTi r Deep Water Townstte Co. 711 Blount Building. Phone 1028. The H. & H. Market and Grocery eeas everything thct Is ceod to eat. Phones 1357 and 1484. F. W. JONES Moved from 103 N. Pala fox Street to 207 S. Pala fox Street. Get Yours While It T otQ j ' ' V I V. T r . S17.yxl Binkrunt Pearl Furniture j Company Stock going at practically 5 Per Cent Regular value. Hannah Bros.Furniture Co. Successers to Pearl Furniture Co. 20-22 West Goverment Street. Lee Lumber Go. BUILDING MATERIAL. Xhon. 310. A. H. McLEOD & CO., Tents, Awnings, Tarpaulins. Estimates Oladly Furniehed. 60?. 600 S. Palafox. Phono 1176. I Hi 1J. .JH.IJ-1 a..JLUJI II ..II U IMI Jll L.JH PORTER'S BAZAAR 114 East Wright Street. Phone 2037 Agents for VV. L. DOUGLAS and HAMILTON-BROWN Shoet, Hard ware, Dry Goods and Notions. Low est prices In the city at this store. PHONE OR DRY STOVE WOOD Quick Service. 3C PENSACOU ICE CO. NEW OFFICE: 106-108 N. Tarragona. r j Every Medietas Atrertti- j ed la This Paper For Sab at CRYSTAL PHARMACY L J COAL Your Spring Suit for Less Money Opening Sale of Suits 40 Patterns to Select From All $20 and $22.50 Suits, ten days only, for f,o extra charge for riooJ linln j or good front. Both rnaleri! and ft are guai anteed. Come today and lok over these beautiful pat terns. Open evenings till 8 o'clock. . N v; :i, S i)-.ii;.Ul'5g'i ; 120 South Palafox Street., BIou Theater) Phone 1213 (Nft t. Better Talk It Over This Month and Decide The time in liave your home wired lor electric cr ice The time to ut in tlic.-e new M.id.i laniji vou've wished tor I he time joying- all to begin (ii- the elect ne home com fort;;--IS NOAY. Yhy linger 1. diger ; Talk to nc. ahnu? it . Pensacola Electric Co. New Businesi Dept. Phones 20 lO and 2011 1 SHE'S ROACH PEPPER I NOT ALVUnTStD IT DON'T IY n starred KJXUCIUS Pensacola, St. Andrews ami Gulf Steamship Co. STEAMER TARPON FIRST CLASS PASSKNOMP. AN! fTtKT'-HT HKKVICK MOBILE. A PA LAC n i -COLA, CARRABELLE, 3T. AN -MILLVILLE. And All Points on St. Andrews Bay, Carrabella and Apalachicola. SCHEDULE! DREWS, PANAMA CITY, Leaves Pensacola, Sunday 3:30 p. m. for Mobile. Ala. Leaves Mobile. Monday 7:30 p. m. Leaves Pensacola Tuesday 6:00 p m., for St. Andrews, Millvills, Apa lachicol-a, Carrabsll and Intermodule Points. P. J. PEAGER, General Freight and Passenger A-j'nt. Pensacola, Fla. Phone 6rj3. SAN CARLOS HOTEL. Geo. H. Hervey, Mana!ra D'rector. Pensacola's Pride. WILSON BIGGS Company. Expert locksmith and sunr-mit !.. biryrles rfp.ai ri. Srr.rtniq (roijd.s of all kinds. 1; 1 S. H.. W. A. RAY HDW. CO. Wholesale and Retail 710 South Palafox Street Phone 1450 "IN THE HEART OF PENSACOLA The Central Pharmacy. Phone 178. THr OLO BC I I A ca 1 era. T1 REMEDYFOR JVi EN. AT YOUR PRUGGIST. g r ex. a -ft.